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31 minutos (lit: 31 minutes) is a Chilean series and musical band for children, originally created for television by the producer Aplaplac, owned by Pedro Peirano and Álvaro Díaz, and broadcast since March 15, 2003 by the sign of Television Nacional de Chile (TVN) . The name and logo of the program are a parody of "60 minutos", a newscast of the same channel, broadcast in the between 1976 and 1988.

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  • 31 minutos (lit: 31 minutes) is a Chilean series and musical band for children, originally created for television by the producer Aplaplac, owned by Pedro Peirano and Álvaro Díaz, and broadcast since March 15, 2003 by the sign of Television Nacional de Chile (TVN) . The name and logo of the program are a parody of "60 minutos", a newscast of the same channel, broadcast in the between 1976 and 1988.
  • 31 minutos (lit: 31 minutes) is a Chilean series and musical band for children, originally created for television by the producer Aplaplac, owned by Pedro Peirano and Álvaro Díaz, and broadcast since March 15, 2003 by Television Nacional de Chile (TVN). The name and logo of the program are a parody of "60 minutos", a newscast of the same channel, broadcast in the between 1976 and 1988. In addition to being a television series, for the last 31 minutes it has become a band, touring Chile and Mexico, where they present the songs broadcast on the show and their musical works outside of it.
  • 31 minutos (lit: 31 minutes) is a Chilean series and musical band for children, originally created for television by the producer Aplaplac, owned by Pedro Peirano and Álvaro Díaz, and broadcast since March 15, 2003 by Television Nacional de Chile (TVN). The name and logo of the program are a parody of "60 minutos", a newscast of the same channel, broadcast in the between 1976 and 1988. In addition to doing the television series' last season, the cast acted as a band touring Chile and Mexico, where they presented the songs featured on the show and their musical works outside of it.
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  • 31 minutos (lit: 31 minutes) is a Chilean series and musical band for children, originally created for television by the producer Aplaplac, owned by Pedro Peirano and Álvaro Díaz, and broadcast since March 15, 2003 by the sign of Television Nacional de Chile (TVN) . The name and logo of the program are a parody of "60 minutos", a newscast of the same channel, broadcast in the between 1976 and 1988. The show focuses on the adventures of a low-profile news team, where something unexpected always happens. His notes, although some are quite ridiculous, others are educational and leave an explicit or implicit message. The newscast is presented by Tulio Triviño. The series had in its first period three seasons, from 2003, 2004 and 2005, in addition to a participation for the Teletón 2003 and a Christmas special that same year. On March 27, 2008, the series was taken to the cinema under the name 31 minutos, la película. The third season of the series ended on October 2, 2005, and for nine years no new episode aired; However, producer Aplaplac confirmed in 2012 that the series would return to television. The fourth season was released on October 4, 2014 through the TVN screens. The last original episode aired on the night of December 27, 2014. From 2004 to 2007 it was broadcast throughout Latin America by Nickelodeon and in 2015 it was broadcast, this time on Cartoon Network. It is also broadcast in Mexico by Canal Once and Once Niños, and its most recent season is available in the Netflix Latin America catalog. In addition to being a television series, for the last 31 minutes it has become a band, touring Chile and Mexico, where they present the songs broadcast on the show and their musical works outside of it.
  • 31 minutos (lit: 31 minutes) is a Chilean series and musical band for children, originally created for television by the producer Aplaplac, owned by Pedro Peirano and Álvaro Díaz, and broadcast since March 15, 2003 by Television Nacional de Chile (TVN). The name and logo of the program are a parody of "60 minutos", a newscast of the same channel, broadcast in the between 1976 and 1988. The show focuses on the adventures of a low-profile news team, where something unexpected always happens. His notes, although some are quite ridiculous, others are educational and leave an explicit or implicit message. The newscast is presented by Tulio Triviño. The series had in its first period three seasons, from 2003, 2004 and 2005, in addition to a participation for the Teletón 2003 and a Christmas special that same year. On March 27, 2008, the series was taken to the cinema under the name 31 minutos, la película. The third season of the series ended on October 2, 2005, and for nine years no new episode aired; However, producer Aplaplac confirmed in 2012 that the series would return to television. The fourth season was released on October 4, 2014 through the TVN screens. The last original episode aired on the night of December 27, 2014. From 2004 to 2007 it was broadcast throughout Latin America by Nickelodeon and in 2015 it was broadcast, this time on Cartoon Network. It is also broadcast in Mexico by Canal Once and Once Niños, and its most recent season is available in the Netflix Latin America catalog. In addition to being a television series, for the last 31 minutes it has become a band, touring Chile and Mexico, where they present the songs broadcast on the show and their musical works outside of it.
  • 31 minutos (lit: 31 minutes) is a Chilean series and musical band for children, originally created for television by the producer Aplaplac, owned by Pedro Peirano and Álvaro Díaz, and broadcast since March 15, 2003 by Television Nacional de Chile (TVN). The name and logo of the program are a parody of "60 minutos", a newscast of the same channel, broadcast in the between 1976 and 1988. The show focuses on the adventures of a low-profile news team, where something unexpected always happens. Although some of their reports are quite ridiculous, others are educational and leave an explicit or implicit message. The newscast is presented by Tulio Triviño. The series had three seasons in its initial run from 2003 to 2005, in addition to participation in the 2003 Chilean telethon and a Christmas special that same year. On March 27, 2008, the series was adapted into a film named 31 minutos, la película. The third season of the series ended on October 2, 2005, and for nine years no new episodes aired. However, producer Aplaplac confirmed in 2012 that the series would return to television. The fourth season was aired on October 4, 2014 on TVN. The last original episode aired on the night of December 27, 2014. From 2004 to 2007 it was broadcast throughout Latin America by Nickelodeon and in 2015 it was broadcast on Cartoon Network. It is also broadcast in Mexico by Canal Once and Once Niños, and its most recent season is available in the Netflix Latin America catalog. In addition to doing the television series' last season, the cast acted as a band touring Chile and Mexico, where they presented the songs featured on the show and their musical works outside of it.
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